Sakazuki are Japanese sake dishes used for both casual drinking and for ceremonial occasions. Sakazuki are some of the oldest and most traditional types of sake cup and feature a wide brim that allows for easy sipping. Since they are so open, sakazuki sake dishes often feature designs on the inside which look very beautiful when filled with sake or another cold drink.
BECOS curates a selection of premium sakazuki sake dishes for all occasions. Find the perfect one for you.
BECOS services and precautions for handling Japanese Sakazuki Sake Dishes
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As sakazuki are wide-brimmed, they do not hold onto the aromas of the drink like wine glasses or flutes do. This suits them to stronger sake that might otherwise have a harsh aroma, but they can certainly be used for any type of sake.
Please see the care instructions for the specific sakazuki sake dish that you choose.